The visual factor:
JK:... the plastic aspect of the icon as signifier, which lends itself more readily to playfulness, to invention, to interpretation, than verbal thought, which can have a repressive intellectual weight."
JK: The need for the imaginary, in fact, never ceases to make itself felt and is never exhausted.
CF: The works of young artists inspired by popular images might therefore be our sacred images.
JK: Indeed I believe that these images have a therapeutic impact ... they capture at a given moment an anxiety transmitted ... an anxiety that they frame and represent so that your attention is drawn to it here and now.